Students Study Abroad in Italy

May 14, 2013

Eleven Clemson  students, including seven students from the B.F.A. and M.F.A. programs, traveled to Italy in May to study with Kathleen Thum, Clemson’s professor of drawing. Every other year, the art department offers students a chance to immerse themselves in another art culture during a four-week summer school located in Orvieto, Italy with day trips to other cities such as Rome, Florence and Venice. Activities include visits to historically significant art works, classes in Italian language, immersion in Italian culture as well as participation in the studio practice of on-site drawing and journaling. Students gain a good sense of contemporary and historically significant artworks and a portfolio full of inspiration and drawings.



Click here to view photos from the 2013 summer study abroad.


Click here to view photos from the previous art department summer study abroad. Photos from newly graduated BFA in photography, Alice Wannamaker ’13.